George Galloway is an outspoken MP with excellent rhetorical skills. I will take a part of his speech to convey the idea of my question.
Iraq is neither strong, independent nor even a single country any more.
Would it be correct to rephrase the sentence above using this order "not/neither/nor" as follows:
Iraq is not strong neither independent nor even a single country any more.
And so on, can I form sentences similar to it, for example:
I am not mean neither greedy nor arrogant.
Would that be grammatically correct?